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Breusers, H.N.C. (author)
The conformity of local scour in experiments with non-cohesive bed material is studied for two-dimensional problems. A description of the flow pattern in the scour hole and development of the scouring process with time is given. The importance of the time scale in the design of structures where a temporary exposure of the bed to scouring effects...
report 1966
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Konter, J.L.M. (author)
report 1976
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Wijngaarden, N.J. van (author)
report 1981
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Adihardjo, R. (author)
report 1970
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Adihardjo, R. (author)
report 1972
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report 1972
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Hoffmans, G.J.C.M. (author)
Scour is a natural phenomenon caused by the flow of water in rivers and streams. Scour occurs naturally as part of the morphological changes of rivers and as result of structures man-made. Several types of scour can be distinghuished. Experience has shown that due to sand or flow slides or micro instabilities at the end of the bed protection,...
report 1993
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Jorritsma, J. (author)
report 1975
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Hoffmans, G.J.C.M. (author)
Scour is the lowering of the sea or river-bed as a result of non-equilibrium sediment transport conditions and can be divided into several categories (Breusers and Raudkivi, 1991). Local scour, which may occur at the base of a structure because of the affected flow pattern, can severely endanger the stability of this structure. Many varieties of...
report 1993
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Schukking, W.H.P. (author)
report 1973
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Jong, R.J. de (author)
report 1981
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Akkerman, G.J. (author)
report 1976
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